Assistant Site Manager (Former Employee) – Bangor, PA – January 10, 2013
A typical day at work would be to answer phones, write up maintenance requests, recertify residents. I've learned that nothing lasts forever..Management went by HUD's guidelines so everything had to be in top shape. My co-workers were great. Everyone was like family. The hardest part of the job was trying not to get to attached to the residents.They were elderly. The enjoyment i got was knowing that the residents were taken care of. Most of the time it was like having extra grandparents.. They were great!
bonus, at the end of the year and christmas party, and over night accomodations. most of all healthcare.
Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – June 16, 2013
Company was at one time a fun place to work, develop and grow, over years new breed of chosen leadership, non supportative, lack of communication with employees failed to communicate that they sold property, left voice message with staff, telephone call to other staff informing them that they no longer had a job. Company has become very insensitive to employees.
at one time training and supportative, good benefits
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Marlton, NJ – October 10, 2013
A very fast paced day, that brought something new to the table daily. Great co-workers that wored as a team. A very enjoyable experience. I love working in property management, it was a great experience that taught me the business inside and out.
IRM is a very demanding company that takes everything it can from its employees. You are basicly "on-call" 24/7 with no "thanks" considering you get no compensation for working weekends or after hours.